The best RT-PCR Covid-19 test for just Rs. 850

Our Team

Our core team has an appropriate mix of scientists, clinicians and engineers who are highly experienced in molecular diagnostics. Our extended team of close collaborators also includes several medical domain experts such as endocrinologists, infectious disease specialists, haematologists, paediatricians, nephrologists, oncologists and onco-surgeons and genetic counselors. This unique blend of skills helps us focus on providing quality output that is meaningful and clinically relevant.

Nickhil Jakatdar

Chief Executive Officer
PhD (EECS), University of California, Berkeley

Nikhil Phadke

Founder & Chief Scientific Officer
PhD (MCDB), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Karthik Ganesan

Chief Technology Officer
B.Tech, IIT Bombay; MS, Johns Hopkins University

Ajay Mundkur

Chief Operating Officer
MBA, Olin School of Business, Washington University, St. Louis

Kavita Khatod

Vice President, Global Supply Chain & Manufacturing
MBBS; MS, SUNY Buffalo

Meenal Agarwal

Chief Clinical Officer,
Head, Genetics
MD – Ob & Gyn, (KGMU, Lucknow), DM – Medical Genetics (SGPGI, Lucknow)

Ketki Kelkar

Head, Pathology
MBBS; MD (Path), Pune

Vidya Neurkar

Vice President, Lab Operations
Head, Microbiology
MBBS; MD (Micro), Mumbai

Anuradha Mahindra

Head, Quality and Regulatory Affairs
PhD (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology)

Vikram Sathaye

Head, Marketing
MBA, Symbiosis, Pune

Our Lab

GenePath Dx has a 'world-class' laboratory which is built to international quality standards. The laboratory has 'state-of-the-art' equipment like an Illumina MiSeq next generation sequencer, a Thermo/Life ABI3500 capillary sequencer, and several real-time PCR machines. An Affymetrix Microarray system will shortly become operational too. Additionally the lab is equipped with Oxford Nanopore Technologies' MinIon single molecular nanopore sequencer and CelSee Diagnostics' CTC separation microfluidic platform. The lab design provides for a unidirectional flow of samples and reagents, with each area being access controlled, to minimise the possibility of contamination.